The City Gallery is located in Edinburgh Square, Central. It was transformed from an annex of the former City Hall. It has a height of 5 floors and is Hong Kong's first exhibition hall with the theme of planning and infrastructure. The City Pavilion interactively displays Hong Kong’s major planning suggestions and infrastructure projects through different exhibits, and introduces the future development direction of our city, so that the public can understand Hong Kong’s planning work, and it is also a window to promote planning awareness and public participation.
There are a number of barrier-free facilities, including automatic door entrances and exits, elevators, accessible toilets and nursery rooms. The design fully considers the needs of wheelchair users. There are only a few uneven places in the hall, and most of them are equipped with ramps. The road is relatively flat and wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
The City Gallery showcases Hong Kong’s major planning proposals and infrastructure projects. It is located in Central and is easily accessible by wheelchair users.
- There are ramps and automatic doors near the main entrance of the Exhibition City Hall, suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- Most of the local passages in the exhibition hall are well designed
- There are multiple lifts on different floors
- There are only a few uneven places, most of which are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off
- The Exhibition City Hall has multiple accessible toilets
Visually impaired facilities
- There are touch-reading floor plans and guide paths on G/F of the Exhibition City Hall
- There is a nursery room on the fourth floor with nursery tables and washing facilities